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0000969FSSCPgameplaypublic2006-07-03 12:20
ReporterARSPR 
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PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityalways
StatusclosedResolutionopen 
Product Version 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0000969: Wingmen order confirmation messages don't play
DescriptionThe order confirmation messages (the ones said when you tell your mates to attack a ship or any other) don't play.
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~0006027

Goober5000 (administrator)

From ARSPR:
(I don't know if it is related to 0000963 or if I should open another bug.)

From Backslash:
Odd, I could swear the order confirmations were working for me, but I just tested now and they do not. This is with the default CVS, not the 3.6.9 experimental branch (afaik... I can't figure out how to get the branch, yet, anyway).

From Backslash:
Hmm, wait, in another mission, the order confirmations and kill praises DO work. This one has multiple friendly squadrons though. Hypothesis: something to do with Alpha wing being the only wing? Will hammer on stuff some more.

~0006029

ARSPR (reporter)

Some people say that these are working. Please try "The Enemy of my Enemy" from derelict (attached in 967).

I can upload the full messages log if you want and at least for me there weren't any confirmations. I did the next commands:

+ Alpha 2 attack Rapier 2.
+ Alpha 3 attack Rapier 3.
+ Alpha 4 attack Rapier 4.
+ Alpha wing guard Vigilant.

~0006031

Goober5000 (administrator)

This is because Blaise Russel selected "Disable built-in messages" in FRED. It is not a bug.

Closing.
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-Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2006-07-02 23:10 Goober5000 New Issue
2006-07-02 23:12 Goober5000 Note Added: 0006027
2006-07-02 23:12 Goober5000 Reporter Goober5000 => ARSPR
2006-07-03 00:49 ARSPR Note Added: 0006029
2006-07-03 12:20 Goober5000 Status new => closed
2006-07-03 12:20 Goober5000 Note Added: 0006031
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